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Re: me too

From: Paul_Sparks(at)circuitcity(dot)com
To: scrappy(at)hub(dot)org
Cc: lsearchw(at)altavista(dot)net, pgsql-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: me too
Date: 2000-11-03 13:14:55
Message-ID: OF5705E6C5.1212F0D5-ON8525698C.00478EEC@ccity.com (view raw or flat)
Thread:
Lists: pgsql-hackers
>so, what have you tried to do to set it as digest, and what error did you
get?

I had been getting digests up until about a week or so ago. I assumed
something might have changed with the list server so I submitted a request
for a digest, but keep getting individual e-mails.

My request was sent to majordomo(at)hub(dot)org (if I remember correctly). The
body of the message was:

set digest paul_sparks(at)circuitcity(dot)com

I wasn't sure if the mail address was needed, but I included it based on a
response from the previous time I turned on digest.

I got the expected confirmation e-mail from the server and replied with
"accept". At this point I thought I was set, but I did not start getting
digests.

Later I got the following e-mail:


Please respond to majordomo(at)postgresql(dot)org

To:   Paul_Sparks(at)circuitcity(dot)com
cc:

Subject:  5D5F-755B-8775 : CONFIRM from pgsql-hackers (set)


Someone (scrappy(at)mail(dot)postgresql(dot)org) has made the following request:

  "set pgsql-hackers
digest-daily-mime,noeliminatecc,nohide,prefix,replyto,selfcopy,norewritefrom,noackstall,noackdeny,noackpost,noackreject

Paul_Sparks(at)circuitcity(dot)com"

It requires your confirmation for the following reason(s):

  scrappy(at)mail(dot)postgresql(dot)org made a request that affects
another address (Paul_Sparks(at)circuitcity(dot)com).


If you want this action to be taken, please do one of the following:

1. If you have web browsing capability, visit
   <URL:
http://mail.postgresql.org/cgi-bin/mj_confirm?d=postgresql.org&t=5D5F-755B-8775
>
   and follow the instructions there.

2. Reply to majordomo(at)postgresql(dot)org
   with the word "accept" (without quotes) on a line by itself.


If you do not respond within 4 days, a reminder will be sent.
If you do not respond within 7 days, this token will expire.

If you did not originate this request, believe it to be in error, or do not
want it to be carried out, you may reject it by doing one of the following:

1. If you have web browsing capability, visit
   <URL:
http://mail.postgresql.org/cgi-bin/mj_confirm?d=postgresql.org&t=5D5F-755B-8775
>
   and follow the instructions there.

2. Reply to majordomo(at)postgresql(dot)org
   with the word "reject" (without quotes) on a line by itself.


If you would like to communicate with a person,
send mail to pgsql-hackers-owner(at)postgresql(dot)org(dot)
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Again I replied with "accept" and got the following response:



Please respond to majordomo(at)postgresql(dot)org

To:   Paul_Sparks(at)circuitcity(dot)com
cc:

Subject:  Majordomo results: Re: 5D5F-755B-8775 : CONFIRM from pgsql-


>>>> accept
---- Now the request must be approved by the list owner.
---- The results will be mailed to you after this is done.

1 valid command processed; it is pending.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


This is the last administrative message I got and I still have been
receiving individual emails.

I hope this helps narrow down the problem.



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